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Indian Valley Record New cafe planned At least one hope for the new year in Indian Valley looks like it will come true. The lights are on and it looks like a deep cleaning is going on in the old Anna's Café. The sign hanging in the window simply states a café called Rose Water will be opening in 2020. Photo by Meg Upton New laws announCed for new year New laws approved by the. California LegiSlature in 2019 will affect roadway safety in several ways, including increased distracted driving penalties, peace officer use of deadly force, bicycle turning movements at intersections, wildlife salvage permits and motor carrier permit rules. In support of the department’s mission of providing the highest level of safety, service, and security, the California Highway Patrol is highlighting several new laws passed this year. Except where noted, these laws are effective Jan. 1, 2020. License points for distracted driving (AB 47, Daly) Current law prohibits a person from driving a motor vehicle while using a wireless telephone in a handheld manner; if found in violation, the offense is punishable by a fine. HoWever, beginning July 1, 2021, this new law will lavy an additional penaltyon a driver . found in violation of California’s hands-free law: a point will be added on to a driver’s record for each hands-free violation occurring within 36 months of a prior conviction for the same offense. Peace officer use of deadly force (AB 392, Weber) Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, this new law revises the standards for use of deadly force by peace officers. The use of deadly force by a peace ofiicer is justifiable when the officer reasonably I LOVE wish to perform. This musical review is a_ satirical and touching look at dating and relationships. The “Battle of the Sexes” is highlighted from first awkward dates, through Marriage and raising children, to the golden years. The Songs include “Cantata for a first Date,” “Single Man Drought,” “ Why, Cause I’m a Guy,” and a country western take on “Always a Bridesmaid”. Auditions are January 14th and 16th with call backs January 21 at The West End Theatre, Quincy, 6pm to 8pm believes it is necessary. Section 835a of the Penal Code amends the reasonable force standard to “objectively reasonable force.” Law enforcement: Use of deadly force training policies (SB 230, Caballero) . With the enactment of AB 392, this new law requires law enforcement agencies to rewrite use of force policy and provide mandatory training to all peace officers in order to comply with the new law. Traffic control devices: Bicycles (AB 1266‘, Rivas) This new law allows bicycles i to travel straight through a right or left-hand turn-only lane while at an intersection, if an ofiicial traffic control device indicates the movement is permitted. The Department of Transportation would be 'required to develop standards to implement the provisions. Transportation: Omnibus bill (AB 1810, Committee on Transportation) Amends Section 34621 of the California Vehicle code (CVC) allowing motor carriers of property to continue operating for 30 days past their permit expiration date, under specified circumstances. This legislation also provided for an amendment to Section 23229 CVC. California law will now prohibit the consumption of cannabis, in any manner, by passengers in a bus, taxicab, pedicab, limousine, housecars This Spring, Feather River College will' present the Musical ' YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE by Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts. There are plenty of roles for both Women and Men. Please be prepared to do scene readings, and sing a song or two as well as dance. Pianists will be provided as well as music from the Show. Bring your own sheet music for a number you Contact Jeff Bryan for more information: (805) 630—7847 Hope to see you there! or camper. This exemption is now only applicable to alcoholic beverages consumed by passengers in these types of vehicles. Wildlife salvage permits (SB 395, Archuleta) Directs the Department of Fish and Wildlife to conduct a- wildlife-collision data collection pilot program to support wildlife conservation efforts. Richard K. Stockton, CLU ChFc, Agent... .1 r Lic# #0868653... 70 E. Main Street (Plumas Pines Shopping Center) . Quincy, CA 95971 Bus: 530-283-0565 , 17081674 Additionally,»this bill would authorize the Fish and Game Commission, in consultation with the CHP and other stakeholders, to establish a wildlife salvage pilot program authorizing the issuance of a permit for the removal and recovery of deer, elk, pronghorn' antelope and wild pigs killed because of a collision with a vehicle, if the wild game meat is used for human consumption. .eret‘jjelp . you retire. I’m not just here for ‘iinSUrance. I can also help " yen look at your retirement goals and build a plan for tomorrow. Let’s start today. Here to help life go right.“ by w '&5tatera,m. ,. Bloodlingtonflt Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020 3A Common GoodCommunity Foundation supports local music, arts and more Roni Java Staff Writer Never doubt the power of a dream. Nearly eight years ago, Colleen McKeown founded the Common Good Community Foundation to support worthwhile programs, projects, scholarships and organizations that enrich the Plumas County region and today, the foundation is a trusted nonprofit, public benefit corporation that invests more than 95 percent of all donations back into the ' community. . “I, along with the other board members, have truly been amazed at how many people and organizations are working to benefit Plumas County and its residents,” McKeown said. “It says a lot about the communities and people in Plumas County.” $135,000 in grants since 2012 Organized to support activities in areas related, but not limited to, the arts, Your local factory-trained ‘ Generac Service/Retailer/Installer T Watch for RED FLAGS! May have. excessive amounts of cash or goods they cannot afford. Appears scared or nervous, may not make eye contact May have physical injuries or signs of abuse May have signs of branding (tattoos, jewelry) usually hidden May have someone withvthem at all times, who answers for them Inconsistencies in story, fake identification, lies about age If you think someone may be a victim of Human Trafficking, reach out to Michelle Ridley 530 283 5515 Plumas Crisis Intervention Resource Center —— If you see something, say something! JJNIVERSALELECTRlC Serving P11417105 d’: Imam Counties GENERATORS chest ILak Al 530.816.0685 §;,.,,,t,..m"°' rafficking ' WHICHCSS v January 11 education and public lectures, ‘ senior services, health care and animal welfare, Common Good merged with the Plumas Community Foundation in 2013. They kept the name Common Good Community Foundation. To date, the foundation’s . board has awarded $135,000 in grants and scholarships within the county. Well over 50 organizations and programs have received funding for efforts that meet the mission to enrich life in this region. The only exception, McKeown noted, was a $1,500 donation to the neighboring North Valley Community Foundation’s Camp Fire Relief Fund. After that tragic 2018 disaster in Butte County, one can assume the grant was an award the entire community could feel good about. A very recent donation that will benefit young musicians also went to the Quincy J unior-Senior High School see Support, page 4A - Locally Owned and Operated 0 Affordable Electrical Service 0 Installation 0 Repair and Service - Reliable, Trusted and Professional Day